Wade’s Charity has been enhancing the quality of life for the residents of inner city Leeds for nearly 500 years providing grants to locally based charities and volunteer-led community groups. Supported activities include youth groups, play schemes, elderly welfare and social groups, arts including participation and performance, social groups for
Have you got a great idea for your local area? Touchstone, the mental health and wellbeing charity, are launching a new community project initiative across Beeston Hill, Holbeck, New Wortley and Armley. Individuals and groups are invited to submit applications for up to £500 for small community events or projects.
Inner South Leeds is one of the priority areas for a new fund aimed at projects that help to reduce the numbers of suicides amongst men in Leeds. Grants of up to £25,000 are available to projects which provide social activities to reduce social isolation for men at risk of
A new funding programme is providing community projects with the opportunity to access grants of up to £15,000 to increase the number of young people progressing into Higher Education from targeted areas across West Yorkshire. Go Higher West Yorkshire (GHWY) is a partnership of 12 Higher Education providers (colleges and
If Middleton Park is South Leeds’ green secret, then the organisation that owns it is Leeds’ secret benefactor. Daily the quality of life of countless thousands of Leeds residents is enhanced by the city’s oldest charity – yet most who benefit have never heard of Wade’s Charity. Masses enjoy the
Leeds Community Foundation in partnership with Leeds City Council is seeking organisations that provide great holiday activities whilst addressing Holiday Hunger in Leeds. By giving out grants to local projects that run activities during the school holidays Leeds Community Foundation aim to help vulnerable children by funding access to food,
South Leeds Life has teamed up with St Luke’s CARES to give community projects in South Leeds the chance to win up to £1,000 AND get some free publicity. St Luke’s CARES have committed £2,000 of money raised from their charity shop on Dewsbury Road to be given out in 3
Health For All are hosting a Funding Fair at their Middleton base on Thursday (15 June 2017). The event is open to any voluntary, community or faith group in South Leeds who are looking for help to fund their activities. Representatives will be present from funders including Inner South Community
Leeds City Council’s Housing Advisory Panels target money to community groups that can make a difference to Council tenants. The panels are made up of local tenants and Councillors who know the area. You don’t have to be a tenant to apply, and the project doesn’t have to just benefit Council tenants.
Community groups looking for help to find funding for their projects are invited to a Funding Fair next week. The event, on Wednesday 30 November 2016, is an opportunity to meet a range of funders and support agencies. You can chat with funders to find out if your organisation and